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BUDGET WEDNESDAYS: Maybelline Baby Lips Lip Balms


Reviewing Maybelline Baby Lips on Budget Wednesdays

A girl cannot have enough shoes, they say... You need ballet flats and cute wedges and pretty kitten heels and some hot stilettos and hippy flip flops and well some ballet flats and some more of those cute wedges and well the cycle continues... Doesn't it? :) The same goes with lip balms for me... I need some cocoa flavored ones and some vanilla flavored ones, then throw in a couple of fruity flavours, top it off with some minty ones and then again I want some of those cocoa butter ones...

Oh come on! A girl's gotta do what she's gotta do ;)

Everytime I am at the super market getting groceries, I just stare at the tiny kiosk that they have in the middle of it all that houses brands after brands of lip balms. You name it and the variant is there... You can imagine my glee and the way I get hypnotized by the whole setup :)

So anyways, today I will be reviewing 2 variants of Maybelline Baby Lips. These products have a cult following and have probably been reviewed loads and loads of times but I'll still go ahead and do it...

Maybelline Baby Lips come in two types of variants - tinted and transparent. Both are beautifully hydrating and keep your lips moisturised for pretty long. When used in Summers, they generally melt on your lips after application and hence give a gorgeous gloss like sheen... Many a times for running errands, I just slap on some blush, apply a little kajal and wear this as a gloss and I am good to go...


Price of Maybelline Baby Lips

INR 150/- for tinted variant
INR 125/- for untinted variant

These lovelies come in a twist up packaging and have a faint, understated berry-ish fragrance that I find very soothing and honestly pretty yummy. I love these balms and I prefer them over The Body Shop Lip Balms as well...

Pros of Maybelline Baby Lips
  1. Hydrating as well as moisturising
  2. Does not cause a white film over the lips
  3. Twist up packaging makes it travel friendly
  4. Yummy flavour
  5. Easy on the pocket
  6. Very easily available at all super markets and drugstores
Cons of Maybelline Baby Lips
I really cannot think of any :/

You may want to check them out the next time you are out grocery shopping or are at a drugstore :)

Other Lip Balm Reviews that you may like:
P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.


  1. I had tried them in two flavors- cherry and berry as far as I remember and I quite like them... Nice review :)
    Check out The Body Shop Blue COrn Mask Review on my website

  2. My siso says it causes darkness on lips.. :/

  3. I love antioxidant berry so so much! Not tried the tinted versions yet though..


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